North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival

Gold of Cajamarca

Expired April 26, 2021 4:59 AM
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Films are available to view midnight, Sunday, April 11 through midnight, Sunday, April 25.

A short handcrafted 16mm documentary about the fights against one of Colombia's biggest open-sky goldmine projects.

A black and white ballad through Tolima's green mountains, in Colombian Andes, talking to Cajamarca’s valley inhabitants. On the surface, green fertile lands and peaceful agriculture. But hidden under the ground, invisible fields of gold coveted by a multinational company could reshape this whole world.

Sometimes with just their voices, sometimes accepting to show their faces, Cajamarca’s workers depict different aspects of their lives and the threat of the open-sky goldmine project they face, while their images slightly tend to disappear.

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    Alexandre Regol
  • Screenwriter
    Alexandre Regol
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    Alexandre Regol
  • Cinematographer
    Alexandre Regol
  • Sound Design
    Olivier Voisin